I'm really beginning to regret buying the bigger Rockwood that we did. We have a seasonal site and the trailer will not be moved. We have a 2011 Rockwood Signature Ultra Lite 8315SS that came with electric stablizing jacks on the back and front. They do not work. The trailer is perfectly level side to side and front to back, that is not a problem. The problem is movement. We added X Chocks to the wheels and now the wheels absolutely do not move whereas before they did.
The problem is anytime anyone walks (including my mom who weighs like 100 pounds soaking wet
) the trailer moves (probably up and down). The salesman doesn't seem to understand and he asks well is it side to side or up and down? I dunno it just moves, moves so much that a glass of water shows the vibration.
I noticed a lot of trailers have scissor jacks under them, hubby says they need to be installed at the dealer and he is not willing to have it pulled (we can't pull it). What about the old fashioned stacked jacks? That's the type we had on our old trailer and that puppy never moved.
Hubby is thinking about bottle jacks, but I thought they were for temporary repairs and not for a permanent solution. I'm at my wits end, as my dealer isn't hearing me, my husband is tired of hearing me, and I have lupus which results in nausea at times, and this movement is literally making me sick. I'm afraid I've made a 30K mistake!
Can anyone suggest the jacks which might stop the movement? Thanks alot - tory